A Textbook of Modern Toxicology

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Appleton & Lange, 1997 - Toxicology - 496 pages
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This revised edition reflects changes in the core curriculum subjects covered in the basic toxicology course for graduate students. Designed as an introductory textbook, it emphasizes the fundamental basis of toxic action at the cellular and molecular levels and lays the foundation for specialized courses in toxicology. Additional topics include metabolic activation and cellular protection, clinical toxicology diagnosis and treatment, ecosystems, environmental toxicology, ecotoxicology, case histories, and future consideration for environmental and human health.

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Contents

ACUTE TOXICITY
5
ABSORPTION AND DISTRIBUTION
27
METABOLISM OF TOXICANTS
57
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Ernest Hodgson, PhD, has been a professor at North Carolina State University since 1961. He currently serves as the William Neal Reynolds Professor of Toxicology

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